Ressources pour l’optimisation des performances dans Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

Voici les ressources que j’utilise pour effectuer des analyses et des optimisations de performance dans les déploiements de Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Vous trouverez d’abord une série de guides et d’articles, puis quelques outils qui sont gratuits et bien souvent déjà imbriqués dans les produits que vous utilisez.

Les guides :

Optimizing and Maintaining the Performance of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Server Infrastructure

This white paper provides information that is designed to help readers achieve and maintain optimal performance of the server infrastructure supporting a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011-based business solution deployed in an on-premises or hosted environment.

Optimizing and Maintaining Client Performance for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online

The white paper provides readers with the information necessary to ensure and maintain the optimal performance of the clients connecting to a business solution based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 or Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Implementation Guide

This guide contains comprehensive information about how to plan, install, and maintain Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. To click the most recent version, see the TechNet link below.

Deployment and Operational Guidance for Hosting Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

This document provides guidance and information for service providers who are interested in hosting Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 in their data centers, or for enterprise customers who are interested in leveraging Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 multi-tenant architecture in their IT infrastructure.

Configuring Claims-based Authentication for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

This document applies to an on-premises deployment of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and details the best practices for configuring Claims-based Authentication for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.

Troubleshooting Performance Problems in SQL Server 2008

This white paper provides step-by-step guidelines for diagnosing and troubleshooting common performance problems by using publicly available tools such as SQL Server Profiler, Performance Monitor (in the Windows Vista operating system and Windows Server 2008), also known as Perfmon, Dynamic management views, SQL Server Extended Events and the data collector.

Performance Tuning Guidelines for Windows Server 2008 R2

This guide describes important tuning parameters and settings that you can adjust to improve the performance and energy efficiency of the Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system. This guide describes each setting and its potential effect to help you make an informed decision about its relevance to your system, workload, and performance goals.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Performance Counters

Windows Server 2008 R2 includes a tool named Windows Performance Monitor. You can configure Windows Performance Monitor to obtain and display performance data as system components run on a Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment.

Improving Microsoft Dynamics CRM Performance and Securing Data with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2

This paper provides an overview, benchmark results, and recommendations for implementing selected Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 features that can improve the performance of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and secure the CRM database.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Performance and Scalability with Intel

Microsoft, working with Intel® Corporation, completed benchmark testing of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 running on Intel® Xeon® 7500 series processor-based Dell R910 servers using Pliant Technology SSDs.

Les outils:

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Performance and Scalability Toolkit

The Performance Toolkit is designed to formalize performance testing for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. This Toolkit is highly customizable and can be used by Microsoft Dynamics CRM partners and customers to collect performance data to support decisions related to their CRM 2011 on-premise deployments.

Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit

The Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit is a FREE, agentless tool designed to simplify and streamline the IT infrastructure planning process across multiple scenarios through network-wide automated discovery and assessments.

Microsoft Best Practices Analyzer (BPA)

Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) is a server management tool that is available in Windows Server® 2008 R2. BPA can help administrators reduce best practice violations by scanning one or more roles that are installed on Windows Server 2008 R2, and reporting best practice violations to the administrator.

SQL Server 2008 Database Tuning Advisor

The Database Engine Tuning Advisor enables you to tune databases for improved query processing. Database Engine Tuning Advisor examines how queries are processed in the databases you specify and then it recommends how you can improve query processing performance by modifying physical design structures such as indexes, indexed views, and partitioning.

Import Performance Data into the Microsoft SQL Server Profiler

SQL Server Profiler can correlate Microsoft Windows System Monitor counters with SQL Server or SQL Server Analysis Services events. Windows System Monitor logs system activity for specified counters in performance logs.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Latency Tools

The Latency Tool runs multiple tests, measuring latency to the datacenter, bandwidth, and performs Java script performance tests to measure the CPU/browser performance of the machine.


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